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f r- ANT!," ' rURA ia" "VfOR "RftNTV
' '(LOST," "IrOUNlV' oniMRtolM.x W.v-Xil-Tertlscmeiit,
Homing nuder those fu"Vdlng., not ox
. .coedlng nvcllno,, will bo lurried twice fur !, cent,
"msrcd v tin, at the .tore of K. UA At U A Cll
JAJH:i,?;,,i nixthMiid Seventh.
VAT B B lKNI M rnlf M arTl-ln'-"
1 ,7 "'W'i"" F'&"( l(Uor Johnsons
tfallery, Mnlh and Main, f.iknficscs f.Yr ten rent.
no. If you can, In tho ftirctlooir, tu avufd A c rowd
. In the nfteTnunn ( ma2t-a
WA N T K tV.-A Swung, acYlve'man, who mn
make i,rt-cU useful, and who ft, willing to
Jo"".1'' .A!' tr'- Ui-duy only t No. in
ANT Kll -A AoiKk-Bv tl family of three
half ii mile from the 1'
pT.ons. ncnt within !:. Not moro.lhan
lolllce. Apply at the lnily
WANTKII-r'TllHthU;6 HKOM-tlv tup
. B'"tl2" , without beard, within six ,uri
of the P..tmco, Addrmei tilARLBS v: rSlTH,
-llv ft mnn mnnl)1t nf
of IxKik of Buy klnrl-uhU
nU rctAll or manufiutii
v T Inkntd 1'nnriri iti
Tnrina una iimiI .myiu..
riitfT, nnfi mu riva .. roatnii.c,,,Utl,i,. Ail.
Mrrw LKDftKU, Rl thii oilWv Tm.21-1.
(tmmi? ti the Knn
I K X To mnkn tin rompftnr
li 1 1 Pontoflloi, 7 mnii-bm
CbanhniAn tii ft nHvftto fnmily. (mkI r'fT
wwinyon. AtWIrrn J. H. Dally Vnu, inn2l-i
1JVA NTK I SI ft; ATION-In n irrv"or"rim.
7 ;''1T,n iinr. fir nmn wlio han ft kliimli iliffi
ltooklit'cpinif, himi Iiiih Imd a vmr' oxprrimr in
gio'rry. Uond refennriii lvrn. Addrr-.
. MM ut thin nHlcf. tnii24-b
WAN TK O-I.ndlp wnntln n Vxportc
NL RSK will j.lrntw cull nt No. 5 Uftvm
NTH l'IMN rr.KSilNAIr MAN-
mnny yotitif ly-itM, thr wtnild Ip
Me tid tlMm
Mnth ftiMl MiiIii. wlu-ro ilwy cnu ti1j cit ft likf ium
for ipii rent,
l'liilnai-litlifa Walnut Ciniily, at 110 IMtn.
WANTKI-TVtl LAlHiff H'HiMM -Siiltut.le
for itoriui'? room a. Inulm ut No. 174 Mutn-utrot-t.
WANTKIHA ili)V." Apply at IImmb Nn. 7. No,
Jltt Mnlii-ntroot. ma2.Vl
WANTIUi-Ti ! 11 Yj Tii"IloTioiiVowrk. 0oo1
rrV.,rfiit;eii rcqniri'il. Apply ut Mrs. W. J.
IOIIN;,0 H, NoLJ-A West Kuurtli-ntroet. mn2.1-l
VV"ANTi:i-A Np" i PAMTKY (''OOK-lln..
who in ronippti'ilt to tnki i-'lmrcp of nn nvrn
Apply nt tho Walnut
J'AVIH A MARSH.
MtVwt IlniiKO. mnZ-l-C1
WANTFII-A UUnl) ' I T A M B K H M A 1 1). Ap
ply nt .Ift'llnon Muiin?,roviiiKton, Ky. mn3-lj
WANTKII-Td It K NT An UiifiiriiiHliwl front
room to a liuly Nml tfontlrman, or two urntli'
mfii. Apply at No. U? Niutli-htnt, l)rtwoon WnU
WANTKD-A YOVNO LADV-In ft Piiffurm.
tan Ijallpry. SUp will !) ililctlv -mployi'l ftft
ftMlortHNlinin ami L-olnrUt, wliirh lrauvh of tho hunl
ihm nIm' will If tun irh t. hlio iiHifit Ik of good n.
t1rrK nml pli-Hlns ninnnrri. Apply in tho tort-noon
nt JOHStiO.Vd iiftllury, corner uf Ninth mi. I MhIu-
WANT En A SITUATION By a youn nuni,
to travel In uuy part of the country, t an
pprnk tho Hpiini-h anl M'Vi-rnl Imllau hiuffimitON. !
-tipuhp of tjikinfr churne of n train. an ivc the
n-fiiviitM. It. It. gM this ullictt.
-4'ITV lI.IMKRTYOK L.Nt-ln
T H-tutliHin nhin
.in uxrliHiifTt' for ffiHiil uiiiui-
lrorfi i.inu in .iiiTwr i n.. . w . i. u. v in,
must-b 7'i Vfst Third, Ciiirinnatf.
WANTKO-Meii mt kiiiR ttjduilioiH ait clrrltH,
iiluMUi'in, lifHtk-kii'iMTf, Imr-ki'ppers, porti-ni,
roopern, incrhanirft, lrtlKjrers, nnd tttltorH, should ap
ply at the luVrrhatitit' t'li-rks' Ilcgiatry (Mllco. No.
Walmit--t ml ma23-b 1IALK & CO.
WANTEn A fi-w moi-p fn-holnr to tuke li-'nonn
on tho piano. Tornn moiloratp. Adflnu
WILSON, this ufilce, or npply At No. 79 riw
WANT E l-A'i lut'H K KKF.VK 11 AN D H03IK
COMPANION. Aw Not exccmlinff forty
yearn. QuaHtlcntioii Fhh'lity, economy. iniluKtry.
foU'lnpit of home, noatnew. auilalnlitv, moral ana
mntul culluiv, ninl a nrtitln tout muembl to NiUt.
JJlltiei Liuhl; oin' only toHHHintand pIchih.'. Term-
Lilwral. Ilouic-I't-rmumuiit uud hual. Aim l'u
iiii, harmony. Aihlri'sn A. C, care i'rpiM OUii.-e.
WANTEI Any nnuihor of Ladips and Ontlo
liii'ii to Ki't tlioir bounctH uml hutrt uitvly
ctt'aii"ii, pn,tHd huiI IIiiIhIipiI, bv the mot expi-ri-fm
ed i H-iurn o-iatorn, at No. ili7 EiKhth-stnu-t,
ti'-ar Wi'htcrn-row. Hilk and frit hut ronovatod ami
Itiii-dit-d iiuiiily uiiual to now. WINTEli 4 CO., I'ro-pi-iutorn.
mVNTElTKHliPA"tork of iril(W, ffLMVi to
$2,!Mft Hiiitahle for a rotnil Mtore, for which i)d
WcHtTii lanrlwill ho glvnti at cash pricea. 81DDALL
A KMKK80N. 57 West Thlrd-titreot. mattitr
TMHt MAFiE IlOl'HH A twontory Brick Ilouw,
coiituinlnu kI k rootiix. nttllur and out-lionxftM. wlf
in good repair. Will 1h wold rmifiniuhly. Apply on
tUv pruuiioutt, No. 4 OS Ninlh-ijirwt, wct ot Har
IIOR 8AliK-MTSSorKI LANDS Nine hund
. red and twenty aori- in Mariea County, (I'ntcrod
till in very fine furniing laud; partly improved:
ior Huie very low. awo l Jin-c huiuirmi and twiMty
ucrcs in Ohhko Cuunty. Will bo wiid.or traded.
I'arniiTiH Units (n Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Iowa,
3(tHouiit Kcntiuky. for Rale or xchange bvII
DALL 4 EMEHSON, 37 Writt Thlrd-Btrort. ma:ntf
FOIt KAIjE City property i"i ctuntr;
idt'iiccR tor fain on rfnAonaulr terms by
hv ft I II.
UILL & EMKRHON, 57 West Thtrd-Htn-i-t. maiimf
fOli HAIU-LOTrt for any kinds of Factories
in on Jim mi lanai, ;hm i
uiid 1G( feet ihmp, will he Hold very low.
81DDALL A KMEltSdN.
1, l"(!L Ull Cllll.1l anu
OR HAIiE-HorHK-Avo-fltorj' frame Home,
of four rooint. kitchen, ri'llur. rlHtern. and nil
ronvenicni'c, on Bnown-atreet, btwceii Craig ami
Main, Covington, Kentucky. Will be Bold for 91, lw
rash, or 8l,2fM) one-third cash, bnlnnce In one and
two years. Apply to A. N. W EXKLliKUO, 3Iudlon.
street, between Seventh and Eighth, or No. -Hi
Maiu-streot, Cincinnati, mal.'tbw
F'" O H 8 A LE-CA LO it IC E Niil NE The Caiorie
Engine, which is known the wholo country ovr
us the one used for the publication ol the I'enuy
Press. Addrww J()UN 1. CALDWELL,
mal3tf Cincinnati, Ohio.
IjlO It S A Ij E -It A TI E Tri I A NC E I offt'r forsale
60 feet front on Fourth -street, by lOo feet dt-cp,
between the resldunce of Judge E-tc and the 1'iko
Biiildings, being tlio inotit desirable Lot for a flue
private residency now to be had in tho city. Terms
easy, ana ma-io Known on application to si. II. COOK.
w. din t ' inn iii-nuwi,
-Fiu'iilahed or uufur
t ItfMid. t k.i i.i'i
X1 niched, witti or without board, at No.
Itace-strect. tjtdow Fourth. Ainu a haai'inmit nml
Miablu lor rent. inu24-b
I7OK 'II ENT-ViNK WT6si-FT"nght maun"
: tacturiiig buninoss The fifth in.ryof the new
1 building, houth-eitrtt corner of Fourth nnd Vino
ftreoU, 12.'x feet in in the clear. Alo Office
Room on tho third floor. Apply to W. K. NIXON,
or to SMITH A NIXON, No. H-i West Fourth-st.
- lllUtiU-il I , - r
HltlJHM 4'oiitAinlna fniirti en
H ' in
house ; also a large front rmnn on the oconii Hiir,
Miitnbre for an otltee or jobbing or some I i a lit mc
chunical work, which niuy lu rented in whole or in
part, to suit applicants. None but responsible and
ri"iMctHblo pei-MiMH need applv. Family without
cliildien piulurivtl. No. U() West Filth. inn22-aw
IiWIl RENT-MY FORM EH HEH1DENCE
Nedr .fainentowii House with ten rtsims, him)
M-verul acrcM of ground; within fifteen minutes
ill ive of thti Newport ferry. Fine fruit, tlowerrf, Are.,
011 siune. Apply to JAH. T. HEHHY, New purl, Kv.
aiiiik, couenieiiiiy airiingeu ior u noai'uinii-
170 R RENT-Tho BASEMENT under tlw Ar-
- cmie a 101
long by 21 wide
No. 7 1 West Third-street. 81) let
Apply at the Arcade Saloon. 2Iaw
gentleman ftnd wife, or two
obtain board, with the com
11 pita-Hut loL-ntiou. (inn nnd
. Apply at No. UU9 Sttventh.
1 tfentlcniioi. 11111
ions ui a noun', in
bath 011 the pivJiiiru--iitiect.
nOARDINwtJ A family eau be accomuiodated
with a handsome, large front room and board.
a 3J" 18(' Sycaniuie-sVniut, between Fourth and
i iith, whero a few swlevt boardera are kept. ma2i-b
OA It DIN ii-.i huudNouuly-furui-thed fmiit
m room, with Biiperlor board iug, on Fourth-st.,
lo ar the Postotlico. Tor ternia, 4c, address W. S. C,
at Ibis ftffice, innt-d
A POTION HA EE
TretfS. IMsntri uiid
BY JACIIB ORAPF CO.
and Shrubs ut Kelly's Nurseries,
nenr Cmuiutusvills. Will be sold at public auction
on TFESD.W JlullMNU, March ar, at v ocbjck,
I- aet-ouut of the p'ochacew at the sal of Ovtoti-r
T. ISiti, 027 Hilvcr IN plKin, '.VH .MicliiiHii d-'., 7')
Abele Silfr-hated M n pb--, i3 Cedar Trees, lisi r
way8iruc, list Pine Tree, M ttcutcli 41nH.l4Aih
. Ti- w, :t iiemlif-k. ijii Weeping WiiioM, 3i Hnnw
bitlln, U,2isi I ear 'Inns, n.fr.nt Apple Trues, in., ihifl'
Peai,0u Apricot-, wjii uiuv mocfca, hwMoiitlily
Hose, 7 a Ai ber ita?-,, Ac.
ALBO-By ordvr oi';iMlgner, a vprirtv -of IVeos,
riant and Shrubs, in addiliuu to the above.
J'ci iiih at sale.
, , - J.VMKK C, 0. IIOLKNMIIADE,
A -signet of M. Kelh i
JA(XB (JRAKF, Aiictiuuwr,
niaJ4 No. 18 Ettnt Fourtb-stret.
Al)cfflON8Ai,K.-By KELLOOO 4 Wlt
I.IAJIH, hi Ha Its-room x Noh. 'ij and 24 East
Third-stivet. -Til IH Saturday) MOltS'INU. Slurch
23, ut 0 o'clock, lry and Fancy (joods, Clothing,
Watidies, JeWi-lrv, Av.
At in o'clock New and emjiid-hatid Furniture,
and a varisiy of othurgools; Ac. 4
ma3l " A. KKLLOGO, Aqrllonerr.
A' " i'CTJON KAife.-Jly T U It ASHKABS 00
in bales-room N011. 57 nml AO Alaiu-stroet.
(irooerius, Ao , at A uctiou. We n ill sell Til IH (Ht.
unlay) U0UN1NG, March 24, u4 VuVlock, a general
iuvortuioiit of Gruoeriuk, Ac, cousMJug of Ji iibds.
UMai'. lj brls. UiuUuMeH, fyi kvgs uoda, 12 boxes caa
db s, ff boxiw lioup, K'itUt. puunils and 6s tubaeue.
ALbO-'itt pills, ttlurcbi indigo, ground epliti
" bSw"' 0, BBABHEABS CO.. Aactionwri.
AUCTION SALES. City News.
living north of kighth-gtreet nd east of
Mum, lionnve not Itfr n untre'l , wth
Pnr-.k for, the fm homng br W4,
fccrmfterS naVe no mun for romnlnint. (Inr
renulnr cArrior tor that dirtrict hna been ill.
w... M.:n t .. .
uii, n 111 n-suino nin on jnonuaj.
' FotTHTB WARB FlTlNO A.R,tlt,M!RT."'Tll?
member of the Fourth Vnrd Flying Artil
lcr.jr mrtAttJr Are requested to meet at the,
new Half, on the corner of Vine artd i&cohch
Birccw, over uonu s pnic-foro, liii. evening,
at seven o'clock;
Not t)xo Yrf.-Any one ImurfMrJ Vith
flic idea that the oyster enWn in over will
find themnelcr greatly mistaken. If they will
takft Hie trouble to drop in nt Robert 'Orr'a,
i.u. 1 ,, k-i r iiiu-rnrcci. no ib Biiii nauy in
rvvi'iju 01 miuioy a superior iinmmpre ove.
f.n. t.o imy a ran anil jllilge ol their excel
Strket Railway Caus DrrACKD. Some of
ine cant helonfring to the City Pawonger
Railway Comnnhy were very much defircd
nnd mutilated, night before lnjst, by some
connrlrel, who, we tircsumc, thought they
had some cause to be nvengnl, and whose
nicnnuoiM and cowardice prompted this
method. If these fellows must uao knives,
we siiL'gcst that they try them upon their
own tlirontg. t ln , ( 1 -1 1
SlNOPLAR RTI'PiniTT Or A POLICKMAN. A
man named Robert Fox was nrrested day be
fore yesterday and confined in the Pearl
street Station-house upon a charge of va
grancy. - When brought before Judge Lowe
yesterday morning, ho produced a receipt
from the County Treasury for taxes paid
upon property valued nt $10,000. In spite of
the assertion of the modern Dogberry, that
the man was a suspicions character and with
out visible means of support, the case was
Arrest of as Au.EOFm Thief. A mnn
mimed Patrick HeClosky entered a grocery
store on tho corner of Ninth and walnut,
and offered to barter a fine barege dress pat
tern for whisky and groceries. His story
nrnnsed suspicion, and offic ers Jenifer and
AVeis were called in to arrest him. He
was taken to tho Jwiith-street Station-house,
when, upon examination, several pieces of
broadcloth, a pair of Bilvcr spectacles, n
couple of prayer-books and some other ar
ticles, supposed to bo stolen, were found
upon his person.
T.ECTt'RR Before Tne Catholic Institute.
Rev. Dr. S. H. Rosecrnns, President of Mt.
St. JInry'i College, will deliver an address
UHin the occasion of the anniversary of the
Catholic Institute, to-morrow evening, at
MctroKlitan Hull, corner of Niutli and Wal-
On the 20th of Starch, 1850, $ 10.000 worth
of stock wits signed for the establishment of
the Institute, and on the next day, Monday,
March 21, the splendid lot, comer of Vine
and Longworth-streets, was bought, where a
grand edifice is now in rnpid progress of erec
tion. A Woman's Nkck Uroken by Fallino
Down a Fliuht of Stairs. A widow about
fifty years of age, mimed Duncan, residing at
No. 187 West Court-street, while rapidly de
scending a flight of stairs yesterday morning,
tripped and fell, striking her bend with such
force against the brick pavement that her
neck was instantly broken. Coroner Carev
was culled upon nnd held an inquest upon the
body, which resulted in a verdict in ac
cordance with the facts. The deceased leaves
three children, two girls who, we believe, are
at present out of tho city, and a boy about
iniriecn years oi age,
The Latk Malicious Assault on Water-
street. On Monday last we gave an account
ot a malicious assault which bad been made
by Michael Jetlrios upon the person of James
Tracy, who was so badly injured as to seri
ously endanger his life. Jeffries was brought
before Judgo Lowe yesterday morning, and
committed to jail to answer tno charge at the
next term ot the Criminal Court. Tracy is
still confined to his bed, and his wounds are
such as to render his recovery even now n
maiier oi aouDi, aitnougn tne symptoms
Beein to bo quite as favorable ns could be ex
pected under the circumstances.
V. M. C.U. Bible-Class. President Al
lyn will conduct the Bible-class at the rooms
of the Young Men's Christian Union, No. 176
Rnco-stveet, to-morrow afternoon, Professor
Suyler being neccssnrijy absent on the occa
sicn. The class at tho Little Minini Railroad De
pot will be led by Judge Storer, and the class
at Mission Church, west end of Fourth-etreet,
by Prof. Lippitt, as usual.
The young men in tho city will certainly
improve these opportunities of studying the
Bible with such interesting teachers as are
offered by the Young Men'sChristian Union.
.Tub La't ; Robbery, and Outback. Jos.
Stephens nnd Clements Rossmnn, arrested a
fow days ago npon a charge of violating the
person of a young girl nnd afterward robbing
her, nn account of which we publised nt the
time, were yesterday morning examined be
fore Jmlgc Lowe. The facts as related by us
were entirely corroborated by the testimony
elicited against' them, nnd iio defense was
attempted save the introduction of a eouple
of witnesses for tho purpose of establishing
tho. previous good eharuoter of Stephens.
The crime with which they nre charged is so
heinous that this evidenco seemed almost
farcical, and the parties were committed in
default of bail in the sum ot $1,500 each to
answer the charge of debauching the girl, nnd
SS00 each to answer that of robbery, before'
the next term of the Court of Oommoa Pleas.
. J'oAHii of City IupHoriMiNTSi At -the
regular somi-weekly meeting of the Bonrd of
improvements, neio yesterday morning,
the ClerK was directed to prepare and trans
mit to the City Council nn ordinance to re
puir and pave the sidcwulks on Richmond
street, from Plum to Central-avenue. 1
lie was also-instructed to advertise for pro
posals to build a stone culvert under Forest
avenue south of Church-street.
Mr. Gilbert, City Civil Engineer, presented
plat and estimate for paving with bowlders
Kicliinond-streot, from Plum to Central-avenue;
nnd the Clerk wasdirccted to prepare and
transmit t the City Council nn ordinance to
assess a special tux upon tho real estate
bounding the said improvements.
The Clerk wa instructed to transmit to the
City Auditor the following estimate of the
amount necessary for this department of the
city for1 the month of April, 18U0: ' J
BJuteriitl. Hiid labor fur reuairof accented liuui.
(lured ntnwU ,.....w....,..vj.M.M ,,inif
Cluuuiuif .tleet .................,. l.MHI
Piiving liitwiwulii'iifc...... ........ :!,'
riMlarti-rl ...iW,,-.......fc,. 32
iJuuling old .tune lu llie cltv lut :h
. I., ,
XhA UOUBATlpN OF TBI ClA. WoXDl
'N'e'w Orleans. A few'dava airowe
tne lact inut our citizens,, through Mayor
Bishop, had received nn invitation from the
authorities of Now Orleans to visit that city,
liartoke of ita hospitalities and assist in the
iiiudjjuratiou of the Clay Monument, which
will tuku place uii the coining anniversary of
the hji'thiluy (f'.JCcataoky's eloquent, son.
Tire following communication, from the
Mayor, was written In accordance with the
wish of the Committee on Invitation of the
Clay Monument! Association, of New Or
leans, and corroborates the statement we have
already mode: , i , , : ,. .
, , ...
MAYOR'S OFFICE, CITY BUILDING,
CINCINNATI, March 23, 1860.
AWiton liadnMti DKIu Prut: ' "
I received a coifimunication from the Com
inittea ot the Ulny MunuinentHl Aiwuciutiun, of New
Ui-leiiiiri, luforaiiiis ine tliAl the .tiuueuf Henry C'lny
Uuiild . ImiuKuruteti III lliut cily on Tliiii'mlny, tlifl
lih of Avrii uext, wid rmi.i-.UiigmyM.i.taure, Had
alftoHtitliorixiiie me to luvile (lie cltlxeii. uf (Mucin-
liHti tu ixu'liuipute lu ihe "cere'uuiiliu, uf that day,
iuIa aa tho 'anniversary of tlie LrMli.rii.1. .,!
the illiiHtrloit .tntentnaii anil patriot." ' ' f'
hereby itnidur nit Invitation t I by citixens of Cin
cinnati Co v present on that Tery Inttrrwstiuf occa
111 tkOCntllmWAt tkllli tint ruiinua of llilAmm(Mu
CINCINNATI, March 23, 1860. R. M, BISHOP, Mayor.
Pikl'i OMlltA-ttoVfm; Thd ati(liece lost
vttght, tifrnn The ocfmlun uf tile oodeflt df Sr.. W.
ler, at I be Opor:houe; '., one of tin largeat sul
flout nrtllUntof the ,eMon anil Jiwt minh inimpu
. MlSfJIellilrt deMrreil.. lief rf.lijTnllJ' thfllllu
anil effi'tllv. Imperaun.tlnn of "Marinis," received
tlie Dius nnbonmlei) .ad tnthoelii.tlo apr-lanse, and
peruinly dewrred It. Tht e. of Mnn la In
tently t)-m,n, tfirana-tliittt, Hd adullnlily ilrted to
the eower. of Mn. W wKu irmlers H In ,lyle
which ffimf leato an ludeiilile tmvreMlon npon the
Simla of all who wltnew rt. The pier will be r
rated thl. evenlh, And M It l the laet appeinuiee
of ttil. excellent artist, we donbl not the andlcnae
will be Uritnr than before'. 'The ferrn of thi Tm
ronl Will conrliui'e the lttfi!ln!icul, 111 which
AiMIe Proctor and DaTUjr will both arpear. '
' Wood's Theater. Tllia evening MrChan
fran will appear nueln aa")lrrv Helm," l tho nau
tical drama nt r. Oona t'ailrf, at Wot.fi, Theater,
ttrt iMrfermahn eondonlng with JntSippnri, Mr.
C. enacting the part of "Joe Blneekln." .
Three Fires Yesteroay Afternoon
Lossj l,O0()i Aboiit two o'clixki ester
day nftcrnoon, a fire broke out In the
building, No. 114 Thlrd-strcet, occupied by
Alexander Fries, as a cnnl-oil manufactory.
It originated In tho following manner:
PohiMinJc during the day one of the rm
plojiri of tho establishment noticed that the
f;as was rapidly escaping from the still used
n the building, and while absent for the
purpose of getting a man W repair it, :the
vessel burst, setting firo to the surrounding
mntcrials, used iu the manufacture of oil,
and thin communicating the Humes to the
house nhd those adjoining It, 111 a remark
ably short ipnce of time. . ' . , r
The Fire Department wns prompt on the
ground, but it was with considerable difli-
enlty that the tire was overcome. Hovcral
buildings were more or less seriously dnm
aged, although none of them wcro wholly
destroyed, owing principally to the deluge
of water thrown upon them by our steam
fire engines. Mr. rries' loss is estimated at
$3,000, upon which there is no insurance.
nnd although It wns In his establishment
that the fire originated, strange to sny, ho
is noi me largest sunerpr.
A building in the rear of No. 146. owned
and occupied bv William Dunn, inptnllic
roof manufacturer, wns damaged to the ex
tent or i,mki, winie the contents suffered
to the extent of nbont 3,000, fully covered
by insurance. The house No. 142 was nlsn
seriously damaged, and wns occupied n fol
lows: 0. B. Evans, manufacturer of grates
nnd marble mantels, loss $3,000; R, M. white,
fancy soap manufacturer, loss $150; John J.
Wilson, machinist, loss $150; owned by R. D.
Morris, loss $1,500; nil fully insured. A new
building, now in process of erection by
Handy k Bro., contractors, nnd owned by
Harris k Wilson, fronting on Race-street,
near Third, was also injured to the amount
of $600, upon which there was no insurance.
Another. About four o'clock flames were
discovered issuing from a two-storv frame on
Elizabeth-street, a few doors west of Central
avenue, occupied by a drcss-inaker named
Martin. They were communicated to the
roof by a defective Hue, hut were suddenly
and finally quenched without "raising nil
alarm or seriously injuring the building.
Still Annth'r. About seven o'clock a fire
broke out in the third story of a building on
the north side of Fourth-street, between
Main and Walnut, occupied by Harlan &
Wilson as a Daguerreotype gallery. It, also,
originated from a defective flue, and caused
a loss to the above firm of StfOO. Tho second
story of the building, occupied by Ucorge L.
Weed k Co, booksellers, was damaged by
water to a considerable extent, causing a loss
to the occupants of $300.
Terpsichoreak. Au order, with which we
are entirely unacquainted, entitled the G. O.
P., will give an anniversary soiree on the
evening of April 3, at National Hall. The
managers promise an entertainment in the
most recherche style, which will doubtless be
Snipb, Fish and Dock. Wm. Harding,
of the Washington Dining Saloon, Sixth
and Central-avenue, offers a rich treat to
tli luvore of u,ua living to-moriuw, (Sun
day.) See his card in another column, and
be on hand at 12 M. precisely.
Read and Smoke. Maurice Froyberg, of
the Spencer House uews stand, always has a
variety of choice reading matter, and of ex
Light Readino. Church has received all
the leading literary weeklies for this week,
and has a large and general stock of reading
matter at his news depot in the postoflice.
To be Raffled For The beautiful Chi
nese quilt, nt Pcnderyi: Co.'s, north-west
corner Fifth nnd Walnut. tf
Street Railroads Exottehsnt Auoxn
Oub Citizens. A great excitement prevailed
among our citizens yesterdny, occasioned by
the proposition from the Covington and Cin
cinnati Bridge Company to construct a street
railway, for the purpose of carrying both
freight and passougers from the river to the
Covington and Lexington Railroad Depot
the freight trains to run nt night only, and
the passenger trains during the day.
W e have not yet fully examined the ordi
nance granting the frnuchise, as drafted by
Mr. Finnell, President of the Bridge Com
pany, and presented to Council for the con
sideration of that body, but have only
glanced nt its main feature, which is, that the
Company offers, in consideration of the right
to lay a track on the principal streets of the
city, and run cars thercen, under proper reg
ulations, for thirty yenrs, to increr.se the suli
scriptioh to the Cincinnati nnd Covington
Bridge Company, at least $150,000, which
will insure its construction., V y
We understand that this increase will come
from certain railroad interests in Ohio, in or
derto affect an uninterrupted communication
for freight and passengers between the Ohio
and Kentucky roads, which, it is believed,
would add greatly to their business,
The ordinance was merely presented to tho
Council at its last session, nnd ordered to be
pi-intcrt, ana a special meeting called for Mon-
ay night next to consider tbo matter.
ah soon as tne proposition became, gener
ally known the most intense, determined and
unanimous opposition to the scheme was nt
once mnnifbstcd by our citizens. Althonirh
in favor of street railroads, they regard such
. !. -!...
ablaut us ,um uiiv iu-ivii ill nun instance nn
most disastrous to 'the interests of tho city.
They believe thnt it will be giving away u
valuable i'ranchies, and one which may bo
made a source of great rcveuue; that the in
crease of stock in the bridge is no considera
tion whatever, as tlie bridge must and will
bo built, and that, too, before the expiration
of the five years in which tho company pro
pose to complete it. r ' . , i
What . opinions ro, entertained by the
members of Coifticil, we do not know, and we
have not sufficiently investigated the subject
to sneak of the merits or demerits of the ult.
jectionB urged, but only vhrouicle them ns
tncy exist. - .- - - -
A lively discussion may be expected, ou
Monday uiglit next, aud considerable outside
pressure will, no doubt, lie brought to bear
to defeat the measure. W hatever inv he its
thte, one thing is certain, street railroads are
fixed fact in Covington, and sufficient pro- j
vision to secure their early completion can
not be much longer delayed. '
Finn. Lastoighl between eiulit and nine '
clock, the busk-house attached to the mat-
trass factory belonging to Mr. Sanderson, lo- '
cated on Fifth-street near Scott, woe entirely
consumed.. The Humes communicated to
somt'. other buildings, but were extinguished
before effecting any material dumugo. The
loss amounted to about $200, which was
amply covered by insurance. The fire is
supposed to- 'have been the work of an iu-
ceuuiajy ,. v . i ) -i
ELkctiow o Officers' bv h City Cork- ,
ciL-At the regular meeting of Council on
Thursday night lasf the following persons
.weteelwttd:- ", "'" "-T .., a .
City PbysloiiuHr-Dr. J. 0. A. Foster. r,'
' City Attorney George r, Webster.
City Autinor H. Buchanan.
COMMERCIAL AFFAIRS. Monetary and Commercial.
The eaae In the Monetary market ,e.nie to be in
ereaaiiig, mure from tho decline in the demand than
an particular augmentation in the aiippty. The ra
ceipt.of OwreilcV with Hjne of I lie Banker, hare
been lee. thl. week than they were iunl, while with
other, there i, little alteration, and with a few an
Inereaee 1. obeervaMe.
. ttneiiieee in the Bunking quarter im rather nnlot
yi'dterila:', mill liauliy any chango occurred lu '!
KMtern Kxchanae was, ae before, firm nt Hh lnc
Inlying and iw pieui. wiling rate, but thedurunud aa
MttlofJof'l wa, fold acres, tho counter, btrt a few
con.lriVralile lot. were dtupowil of at tne. prem.l
dnelera nnving .,c. nrclil,
Nrw liileeiul LVflmtf" was niilct. And Time-bill,
and 1 nrnrrciit ftluttcy wereunalteied,
Tho Import, and Export, of various arilrlea during
Ihe twenly.fonr hour, ending yeaterday noun, were:
Tnipnrt . Apples, 172 barret.; Bnrle,, ?.ai h,i1iet.;
ftlilfe f, no kc.,; flurn, J,.77 hunh' li; t'ollee, ait bntf.J
Kkiur, 717 barrel.! It.", .A luil".! Hug., l:ll lend;
T.iird. barrel, and Hi ki'ie: Mult, !,.'?? InMiulK;
31nla.se., lM barrel,: Fork and Macon, as hhd.., 73
barrels, and li,l,inr pound.; Puliile,, 1,' Imri-el.;
Hniiar, 17 lilule.: Haft, barrels; Wheat, ZV2 bilehel-;
Wliiky, l,2iv. barrel..
AthMY. A pple,, I barret; Barley, b1 bushel,;
Putter, lei k-ie. Caii'llc., I, Mil buxe,: Corn. l.o'M
luirh-l,; 11'eesV c,?i ...x..: l-onVe, It, hiK.: Vl.nir,
l"'li liiiiTel.j I.ard, si7 I'errcf-: MulSs,,. hTfbaiTel.l
I'urk and Barun. ZiMlhlifl-., tierce,; l.iri, barrel,,
and I III hole.: I'l'tntuc,, !,''. I ImrreN: Kllgar, lihild..;
Halt, i: barrel,; Wliirk), ,. barrel,.
Xiff Yuna Catti.k 3I.narT. Tliur.(lnr, March 22.
Tlie Live Stneli nmrket. have lieen moilcrntelv .np
plied with anlfeal, during tlie past week, and riWt
Meats have advanced lu price. At the nrincipul
Rnles-elace. at Forty. fntirtli-itrfef, yefiteiitiiy, lleif
wai aliotit per lb. hlirlior than one week atf, and
the 2,ite biiilock, thero uRerml were all mld, making,
Willi tliufe previuuily dlii'rted of. .'I.l.'ln fur t lie week.
The ninrket did nut cbwe n, brl-kly a. It op-ned. nr
at na gfHid nrlee.. Milcli Ciiwi aro .largely III exec.,
of the iinxferate denmiid, and price, iiuvo duellunl
?.Tri7., per hend, Veal, were In reoil snfiply. ami near
'Or. pi'r It,., live welnht, lower limn lt week. Large
numbers of very young I'nlven are uow auld to liutcii.
ern. Mieep mid I.nniiH were in ni'Hlerale flupi'ly. ot
furnier rates, or a ehaite liltflier. Tliey were nil auld.
Swine were warre selling a. I'nit a, they arrive, at
rather higher rate..
Thursday Now York Tim thus refer, to Will
noHilay'a financial afTairt iu tliat uity:
The Plecount market tend, to cheaper term llian
we have had here fur nearly a twelve-muiitli. H-nne
trnnirtetlonii remrted to u, tn-ilny are an low n, ! pi'r
cent, per annum on prlmo .hurt, acceptance,, and Vj
(tj.i per cent, lor prime list, uf ;ic I mouth,1 Induced
bills. Tliene niuy bo exeeptlfinul ease", fur tlie lilu
luent, a, flip New Kngland bunk, are employing
tnelr isew ynrk ualance, on ino oe,i iwm, iney can
niako fur g,Kd .election, of piip'T. But it I, proper
t'i ch.'liiKe our qiiotatiun, to embrace the extn'ine
iran.aeiiun, nuin wn viz: ...e nu ,mj n n, ,:i.inniii.e.,
.Tie..'i' percent.; &f i months' Indorsed bill,, A'aeieii
percent.: lunger date, tu and huliiillng September
p:ipor, iMn-i vir cent, lempuriiry luiin. .nui- iwr
cent, a, tlie rule on select cnllotenil with untldo
lender, aud at bank, and 6 per cent, among the .tuck
brukor, in lending to eacli ntlier and to llicir dealer,
nn mi.eelliineuu, securities. The general "ilpidy of
monev in very ea.y, with more out-oi-tuwn lender,
tho bnl inceii hero ladng largely In favnr of tlu.lun,
and rutlier eonnderublv no ill favor uf Philadelphia.
Hinee the c1u,fng of the Hoatun ,teamer uuill uf
ye.trrday, nothing of inumenl hue lieen dune iu Kx
change. The rate, buhl barely htcady at Iim -hm 1''u
CINCINNATI MARKET—MARCH 23.
FT.OrR The nmrlet rontinne, dull and the de
maud strictly local. The xale, to-day wete coulined
to :l leirrel. tin, to choice al S5 .sue .1 '.hi
WHISKY A fiirlher iK-elino was cliibll.lied to
dny uf 'Ic, with isile, of l,iMm barrel, at ls'vc, In-
cluilfne that from wauott.
(. Him; Kll I K.i-The market coin
itinues Tery firm,
U - l
and tlie ileniiiml fur a 1 artiele,. n
a-e the rnm-ni rate, in tho reaular wav. Si'ignr la
mill.'l llluiri.iillu iu,- in lunuu a""" 'C -'i'. -
uf Inn ban, prime I'nlleo at lie. A hale uf :,i barrel,
IViwluwl Miii,ir,it III'..
UI I, A g''d deiiiuml fur l.ln-eed, with wile, of .'2
biiiTeM at ti:'.'...c, and .,ulo. at ivie.
I'm i mn mere w, miner mure iieiuir,, nt-
A-.v r..r -n HP.i..i... i.ui ui i,...r r.iM in .iiii. cmmc
j lu re a, a g,aai .demand fur luce, i'urk, v. itb ile,
S'lir. r.,r.u!.,,bV, UStlXA
we iieheve. There are several nnier, here lur Biicuu
a'.,iiu Iti. Hide,, ,eraitliigi ,., at e.,c. A little
(iiunirv fur Lard, ntid 0(1 barrel, and lierc
euldat lo'ie.,iiud .sj,j keg, ut lie. ll I" held tlrnily
at these rates. . .
W1IKAT Tho market conliliue, dull, ami prime
uucliaiiL'cd. We quote prfinu wliite at SI Who I
and prime red nt ?l a'-v1'! :,: sale, of 3.'iU buslu-l,
prime wliite at 1 :EI. delivered; .Toil do. do. red at
&1 : ISHldu. do. ut 1 -7; :,idu. do. w hite at si :io.
COKS The umiket I, dull and unchanged. W'c
quote good ear. ill bulk, nt 4 Ilk'., and Mhelled ut
aufie.1le., in bulk, and iic. in Mtcka, mck extra:
ule, sii bushel, carat I'JC
OATS We have nu change to notice In the market
and quote prime dull at lc. in bulk: ali ol !,,
bushel,, in bulk, at rc.; mi do., lu sack,, al ,'.'.
It YK The demand b) fair, and price, steady at
81 icwi i ic. . . ,
BAHI.EY Tho demand continue, good, and Iho
firicea Hrm at SMe N'C. fur prime fall, aud 70(1'. roc. fur
air "u good. Sale. 2oo busliel, at S'ic.
HAY Wo havo liochaugu to notice In thelnurket,
and quote prime Timothy dull ttt tils ier tun from
Jtuilroiid Htiitluti,. . . ...
CI1KKSE '1'lie inurket Is firm, w ith a fair demand
at lue.ll' jo. fur full made nnd siuiitner-cured Wei- turn
fte,ei-vet and llic.ir&c lur lull uiadu and .unimor.
cured KngliHh llalrv. - . .
lifr't i-ni Tl,. ili.mniul rue ehu ,-o Is fair, but In.
feriur is dull and heavy,
vro quote iuir to uuoicu at
Al'I'LKS Tlie market Is firm, with a guud demand
at S:i 2.Ve I 2.'i per barrel, for fair tu choice.
POTATOKS Thero ia inuderate demand for prime
Northern fur export, but inferior nru dull and heavy,
and the receipts largo.
SKUD Clover I. In good demand, nnd price, firm
at l .Vsvet no for prime: .ale, of 120 bushel,, ill suck,
and barrels at l tsi. Timutliv i, scarce iiinl-iii gixid
deuiau'l, ami price, have H'lvanced I'ic. for choice, ut
S2 e- a lu: .ale, uf 2.'s) btisliels nt :l lu.
[BY MAGNETIC TELEGRAPH.]
New YntiK M.inKET, March 23 V. M. Vluur
quiet, while price, aro without change; .uportinu
scarre, aud brings little mure money; demand cou
lined to tnipplviiiK ttio pn.'ssing wants of tiiu Eastern
and local trade.: sale, uf a.7 barrels, at S.v iisiO 2.5
fur sniiertlne State; So :mni in fur extra State; A 211
(o..i 2.1 lur Hiiperline Vt'esteru; ?."' AV'. I'm lur commoii
to mediiim extra Veslern. and .1 l'.V(T.rt 10 fur , hip
ping brands extra round-lump Ohio tho market
closing quiet: sale, steady, witll moderate demand:
baled ui'iHio brls. Canadian Kluiir at g.",.uft 7 tT cum
mun tochoice extra, live Flour steady: , mull sale,
at g.1 TiioT.l 40. Corn Meal unchanged: Mile, uf 2nd
barrel. Brunilywiliu at ail In, in .ture. Buckwheat
Kluur ateaib and h"livy at i-l :sKe 1 73 per cwt.
Whi.kv wltfiont material chango and In fair demand:
sales of 4-'rtl brb. at 22.'vc. Wlieat i, ilull, and spring
is uoiiiiuully lower; Ciiieagu sluing wanted at SI Iri
(W.I 21, and Milwauklo Club at si 20,1 22: sale, uf
;l bushel, choice white Kentucky ut 1 72; 2.omi
bushel rail UiuhigauatSI 47; aaulu of .Uilvvuukiu
Club w.w rumored at SI 2U. ltyo quiet and steady:
sale, of I,;,,! bushel, at oeo. Barley ituiet and nuiiiiu
ally unchanged. Corn dull, heavy and lower: .ale,
of IS, is, i bushel,, at 7l('"7."'C. fur mixed Western: 77(,i.
7HC for Jersey and Southern yellow. Oat, dull and
heavy at 43il41c. fur Canadian and Btate. Hid.H
quiet and ste'idv. Spirit, Turpentine a little mure
quiet and unthaiiin'd. Liuseeil-oi) A-m. with a mod
erate business doing nt 7s(S'7ye.; Crud, Whale held at
4.'Ve.vic.: t?rude Hperiu at $1 incil 42. T ranaaction,
in Wool aro oniv to a limited extent, and price, gen
erally rule iu favor of the buyer, fork dull and
heavy for new. and .toady fur old: Miles uf l.niKi bar
rels nt SI7 as(ftl7 7.1 fur new men,; 1,17 fur old;
912 .17(f"12 el fur old prime; Sit 27(.14 50 for new;
ff 1 1 S7 fur thin mess; Sir, li'i fur Western primo new
.liiesa; S17 for cltv ilo.; included In thu Miles are (MSI
brls. new mess, buyei-auption, aU Slay, at SIS. Beef
steudv aud unchanged: sale, oi 3-'sl barrel,, at IH((e
I i for country prime; .vJ8 So fur country me,,:
f'.Hiulu TO for rerackoil ine,.; Hfef Hani, quiet and
unchanged! sales of :mu brls. at 9l?''fl: for mate, and
ft I Ku.lii Fur Western: ineliided ore llill brls. Chlcaco at
the latter price. Prime meea Beef nominal at ttliwrt)
I'.i; some shipments are making fruin tirst hands. Cut
lout, are without material chunse: wiletof i:,i pack
ages, fit 7,,c(e 7' ic. fur Hhouldei',, and .'!, '.il-jo. fer
Hani,. A .aloof urn tierce, city extra indlii lloef
was uinde at o2c. Bacon quiet and unchanged; sales
of 27 hhd,. dry-alted Side, at l'u. I.ard in mod
erate reqiict. and price, without change; sales ol Slsl
barrels at lu'i(e lie., including .'s.i luls. prime kettle
Hindered Western to arrive In April, at lie. Butter
in guud request; ceinniuu dull: sales at llie'llc. fur
Ohlu; 14(,o2lio. for Htato, Clieese ,Uiudy at Iti(.l2c.
Cud'e'i continue, very firm: Mule, 21,1 bags Uio at
li'u.; 2.'H1 biiga .lauiaicaat l-c,; 1,7U0 bagu Han lo
nilno at 12'.'C.. cash, ilfulnsses uucliunged: sale, of
.Hi Iibds. l'oi to Itico at :16c.: to bhds. U". at . toe.; W
hliils. chived Cuba at 2:,c; lui bit,. New Orleans at
4.",u. liic. Sugar mure steady: snles of .1M1 lihds. ului
at 7(u,7qc.; I'silihds. New Oi lcans at 7le;7tic.. and by
nuotion, e7 hhd,. of Texas, .lightly daiiuuied, ,"ld at
Ai,;r,'i,:, 'ji-lon. cah. Tobacco Very liubt ileiiiaiul fur
all description,, and we hear only ui' sale, of 2uo
hhd,. Kentucky, part for cxp rt, at ?u is; ,.; 2 hud,.
ol'bi ;,t 7:o(,!'jc.; m ca,e Havana .at M(o me; .jo 1
case, Florida at Ine' 22c. Tea, Tho unction 'le
to-day paused utf wit It good .pirit fur .both blacks
ana green., rrlce, tor green, exiiioti a weii-su,-taiued
market, but Oulung lc.s lirni. Two-lliirds of
that urTering were sold at the following prices: liy
sun Xi'vf?;,,., Young llysun IH'W-Vi'r.. Ounpnwder
XWiirje., iuiiKirial 4l,a'iOc., iiysou Iwauky 'kt
o., Twaukv U'sifVto-x. Huiichong Usjcaa'ac,
Oufotig i:Sfl.i:i'c., Oulung 8uilchung 'c. At prl
vute aula thero i, a moderate busiue. doing at lull
Nkw York Btook Mau'kkt, March 2fl. Second
Board. btuck, are dull and lower. Chicago ami
Buck Island, M. Oalelia -and Chicago. aK'l. Illi
Uoi, Central. S2'i. l'aiiiunu, l.u. Michigan Suiuli
'eru Otlaruuleed, 1'acilic Mail, W7V Michigan
'Houthern, III. I)o. Beculul Bonds. '4A. "Svvf Y'urk
Central, 71V Hudson Convertible,, ,2. Krie bee
und Kxteii.iuu. v2',. Caliluriu fti'vens, w!4. Vir
ginia Sixes :::,. Tcmi. ft"'j.
tjrPERIOR COI KT OF CINCINNATI.-
O Aiinie tlibsou ami William UlU.n 1 lici hu-baud)
n. John McCurniiek Andrew, and oilier,. The de- I
fenilant, John McConuii k Andrews, i, hereby noli- I
lieu tuat on tlio :id dav or .uuieli, isoo, tuo above ;
plaintiffs tiled their petition In the Superior Court of ,
Ciiiciiiuuti, wbereiu thev claim llmt thu said Annie I
iiibMuli I, the owner and is ill posses-ion of the follow
nig uescriiKil tract 01 lami, lying 111 ineiliyul t in
ciliuuli. llbiui t'oiBun'lioiiig ut a point on the south
side of Eighth-street, iiiDelv-lwu fro! eleven Inches
east uf Vine-street, ttieucu weetwardly nloug the
smith side uf e'ighth-etrcct eleieu iuche, lo the mid
dle line of a forty-inch alley lyiim tauweea tlie lot uf
aid Annie (jilisuu and that uf .aid defendant; thence
by line, he sum. width apart and paraUcltu the east
liue uf tl e said Annie Qibauu's lut olio hundred feet
tu an alley iu the roar, und ask. that they may bo
quited in tlie potoe.siuii of said lot, and tliat the de
fendant may br fuieveraiil'iuined IruniHctthigupaiiy
claim thereto, bald duieudant is rcfiiired lu au-wer
or demur to latid petition uu ur before the Athdayof
May next, and in default thereof judgment will be
taken against him. .1
luail-fW .Mll.I.S GOSIIOIIN, Attorneys.
t . H. HMOVAlj
-MaoonKst'inNKviNri MAfHtslii mt.
KICE removed lo No. list West Vum til-street.
rail and wltnuev
betting Muchine i
the oprnviiunof the bc,t jr.iuily'
11 u, A"'1uUl.wft,-,r(',fMAti '
Suit aud txcliulv. Agent fur tht I'ult.d S;gtt,
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH.
XXXVIth CONGRESS—FIRST SESSION.
WASHINGTON, March 23.
SENATE. Mr. Cameron presen'fed a peti
tion, from the citizens of Ohio, asking for
protection to iron.
Mr. Piigli mndo an adverse report on the
petition of the citizens fit Ohio for bounty
lands to soldiers of the War of 18f 2.
Mr. Pugh introduced a bill amendatory of
tlw act to establish the Territory of Utah.
On ninlif.d of Mr, Bigler, the bill to amend
the Patent Laws was miidd the special order
Mr. Latham Introduce! a resolution calling
Oh the Secretary of the Interior to furnish
the report of thd Stfperintendant of Indian
Affairs as to the depredations committed by
the Indians in California.
Mr. Brown introduced a resolution Instruct
ing the Committee on Public Lands to in
quire Into the expediency of ceding the pub
lic hinds to thd States in which they lie,
which was adopted.
Mr. Tonila introduced n bill for the repeal
of the net of 1859, relative to private land
claims in Louisiana and Missouri.
Tile private calandnr was then taken up.
HOUSE Reports of a private character
were made from the various Standing Com
mittee. Mr. Nelson desired to proceed to the con
sideration of the bill to suppress polyguiny in
The Sneaker said he did not consider the
bill of n private churactcr. Laughter.
The private calendar was considered, nnd
several bills were passed. Adjourned till
Additional Foreign News by the Canada.
t nr.w ioiik, march 23. yrrit Jiritain In
the House of Lords on the 8th Inst, the Duke
of Newcastle said the dispatches laid before
Parliament relativo to trio Savoy question
contained the details of everything that had
taken pluce. He admitted, however, that
cerium private letters trom i,ora Urowlev,
containing nothing of moment, had not been
published. Several Peers deprccnted the
practice of diplomatic correspondence being
carried on by private letters.
In the House of Commons Lord John Rus
sell requested Mr. Kinglnke to postpone his
motion, protesting against the annexation of
Savoy to France, on tho ground thnt discus
sions now would be perjudicial to the public
Mr. Kinglnke consented, but would intro
duce It at a subsequent period.
The subject of allowing France to curry out
tho system of emigration from India to her
colonies, was brought up, nnd denounced by
Lord John Russell reiterated his previous
explanation that the arrangement was made
with a view of abolishing the free emigrant
svstem of France, which practically revived
)' ''. "ils of the slavi trade, and under
tllOf f,C01,niot.t.i..nB 1... !.... .!. . I .
these circumstances he thought the new ar-
v.-mmu-.kv.. ,iK iuwu)3iib mi; nvn ur-
rim?eincnt perfectly justiHable.
Mr. Byng moved'au address to the Crown
approving of the newcoiniucrciul treaty with
France, and promising Parliament to take
the necessary steps to carry it into effect,
,r' ''""'"'.V "loved an amendment praying
that Her Majesty will adotit measures, hv
. , . .
tne nccessiirv stens to carrv it mtn cHcct
Mr. Lindsay moved an amendment praying
Mj-1y "1 l"I-t meurcsf by
supplementary trentvor otherwise, to eurvv
' out ics on vessels of the two countries trading
between their various ports and colonies.
ne pointed out tne disadvantages under
which British shipping labored, and con
tended thnt an alteration of the French nav
igation laws was absolutely necessary.
The debate wns resumed the following
Mr. Houseman moved that the article in
the treaty relative to coals be omitted, but it
was rejected by two hundred nnd twenty-six
I he debate involved (he Savoy question,
nnd the general relations of Eiigiund and
The address wns finally norecd to without
amendment and without a division.
Mr. Haliburton presented a petition from
British-America agninst the alteration of the
Iu the House of Lords a debate on Italian
affairs took place, strict neutrality being
urfjed by nil parties.
Sir Robert C. Hill, a commander at Water
loo and in the Peninsular War, is dead.
No moro floating batteries with iron sides
are to be constructed, owing to the Arm
strong guns having completely riddled the
immensely thick iron plato of the txperi
Tho abolition of duties on tallow, rice,
cheese, butter, etc, went iuto effect on tho
7 t)i of March.
The projected annexation of Savoy and
Nice to France continued to uttract much
The London Timet, while editorially con
demning the project and applauding the firm
firotest of the Government, it repudiates the
ilea of England demanding any explanations
which might nnyday lead to war.
Tho Paris Pay; in an editorial complain
ing of the hostility of England to the annex
ation, says it it would be unreasonable to sup
pose that the Emperor would denounce that
which he regards the socurity uf one of the
most important frontiers of France.
It is suited that since Cavour's last dis
patch relative to Italy, orders have been sent
to tho French army in Italy to hold itself
ready to march at the first notice, and that
the reply to the officers demandiug a short
furlough, was that the? whole army would
immediately evacuate Lombaidy and return
The Paris correspondent of the London
Timet says it was thought likely that as soon
as the universal suffrage in Tuscany declares
for annexation to Piedmont, the Savoyard's
will havo a French army on the Bpot. .
Tho Paris l'atric believes itself in a posi
tion to state that, in the question of Savoy,
Sardinia, shows such conciliatory interests as
might be expected from a country which
owes its aggrandizement to France.
France. The monthly returns of the Bunk
of France show an increase, in cash of
9,500,0001'., and a decrease iu bills discounted
Tho French Council of State was expected
to complete in a day or two its examination
of tlie proposed new tariff for wool, when tho
matter will be brought beforo the Legisla
The Duchess of MalukofT had given birth
to a daughter. - '
Marshal Noil, Murshal of France, is dead.
Reports had lieen current of disseiitions
lietwcen France and England relative to the
;'.oili,w rumuve 10 nil
Chinese mission, but the Puns correspond
eilte 0f the London J'ott pronounces then
. .. , , yvuuai. uieu
The Bourse was flat and heavy.
closed on the 9th inst. at U71'. 75c.
Italy. X long and foi-ciblo dispatch by
Count Cavour, replying to tho Italian pro
gramme, pledges Sardinia to abide by the
result of an appeal to universal suffrage.
The Opinion! of Turin affirms that, in a
nobs of tho 2d inst, relative to Savoy, Cavour
expresses the attachment of the government
aud of the King of Sardinia to his province;
but at the same time to tho principle which
he supports iu Central Italy. . He declares
his intention to interrogate the population in
a manner to be established by Parliament,
reserving besides the questions of frontiers
allu ouuftuioes to be rivn n Sv.,v
u H"111 " .00 given to avoj.
Auolher authority says that Cavour in
sumo note denies that tlie inhabitants of
vrtu u.,j v;.,n i,a,.- .,,. ,i,.u:..A , . l .
JOV.1" Nice lme imy desire to be annexed
to 1' ranee, but be suggests that the question
be tested by a vote of the people, as well as
111 1 uscuuy 111 tne iiouingua.
Turin, Marrke. Count Cavoursdiepatch of
the 2d, relative to Savoy and Nice, declares
that tho aggrandisement of Sardinia never
can prove C ungerous to France, but consider
ing the obligations that Sardinia is to render
to France, serious atlentiou must b given
to the Emperor's demands. At the moment
when Sardinia demands for the inhabitants
.ot Central Italy tho right to dispose of their
destiny, she expresses herself, to tho charge
of inconstancy, if she denies the right of
freely expressing their wishes to her subjects
dwelling on the other side of the Alps, how
ever great the rep-ret would ba. at tlio ..eu.ii.
of the Piedmontesa Monarch demanding a
sepuratiou, Sardinia would not refuse to re.
U. ..1HUIVI u uiauiiesiaiion now.
sver slight, if mads ia conformity with thi
pTasrrfiition of Parliament la regard to the
opigisition trf the great powers. Cavour
thinks that the desire fur proper frontiers for
France and Sardinia will insure just and
equitable negotiations on this head, i
A Koj al decree at Naples establishes mnd
iffciitioa nn two hundred and forty articles
of customs tariff, and orders a revision of
the remaining articles.
The Tuscan correspondence of tho London
Timet assorts that under certain conditions,
and with the free consent of popular will, the
Italians would consider themselves well rid
Morocco. Ho additional engagements arc
the ministers, and a change in the ministry
was hourly expected.
The Western Dowers hail made proposals
to the Porte to assist in the maintenance of
its rights in Servia und the Danube nrinci
ialitics, should any complications and armed
intervention occur there. It is stated the
Court had requested a treaty of alliance with
them for certain emerircncies.
London Monti Market. The feeling of dis
trust continued and the stork market hud
been heavy and drooninsr. An increased de
mand fur Money bnd sprung up and few trans
actions had taken place below 4 per cent. Ap
plications on tne Dung were numerous, and
on the Stock Exchange the rates were 3 to 4
The Brokers' Circular reports Cotton dull
nt a decline of fully V. on all descriptions,
the heaviest fall being on the middling and
lower grades. Market closed with a general
desire lo realize on the part of holders. The
sales of the week foot up 47,000 bales, of
wnicn speculators iook i,uuo aim exporters
6,WK ImIos. Sales of Friday, 6,000 bales, of
which i,uuu were tiiKcn lor speculation and
export. Market closed dull. The authorized
quotations nre: N. O. fair, 1; middling, "K;
Mobile, TK; middling, 6 7-10; Uplands fair.
7; middling, HM. Stock in port estimnted
at 830,000 bules, of which 606,800 were Amer
ican. The advices from Manchester are unfavor
able, there being but littlo inquiry for goods,
and prices weak for Yams. Cloths, however.
iii-i, j.. u r' - . a
11 iciioi ueon, npcncu c cii. icpui 1 uiiur very
dull, but steady, at 2329s. Wheat, also,
very dull, but steady: red s. 9d.10s. 7d.;
white 10s. ik.(3-K's. Corn is dull: yellow 32s.
Bigland, Athayaft Co. say holders of wheat
and flour are very firm: Philadelphia 8s. 6d.(gi
9s. 0d.; Baltimore 8s.
Baring Brothers k Co.'s circular quotes
breadstuff's dull, but steady. Iron steady:
5 10s.5 10s. 9d. for both bars and rails.
The money market is slightly more strin
gent, with an iietivo demand. Coniwilsclosed
at 94(5,94 for money, and 94a!M? for
The bullion in the Bank of England has in
creased 49,000 since tlie Inst weekly return.
Bar silver, 5s. 2 'id.; Mexican dollars," 5s. 2d.;
American eagles, 70s. 4d.
The Very Latest by Telegraph to Qnecu,town.J
Liverpool, Sunday Evening. Sales of
cotton yesterday tiiot tip 60,000 bales. Mar
ket closingdullal Friday's rates. Breadstuff's
quiet. Provisions quiet.
London, Saturday Evening. Consolscloscd
to-dnv at !'4KC'94?-a for money, and 91:Xgi
'.Hid for ai-count. In American stocks Baring
Brothers report a limited business at previous
Wasiiinotox, March 23. The House Post
office Committee to-day almost unnuimously
resolved in favor of restoring the inland serv
ice, which was curtailed by the failure of the
Appropriation Bill lost Congress.
Official dispatches bIiow that opart from the
direct followers of Cortiuas, tlio Mexicans
havo endeavored to retard rather than en
courage his forays. The Tuuiaulipans were
much alarmed aud fearful of an invasion by
tlie Texuns, of which, iiowever, there is no
The receipts of tho Treasury hut week
wcro $1,412,000; the amount subject to draft
is nearly $0,033,000 ; the increase over the
amount 011 hand the previous week is ,8ul,-
Pittsburo, Murch 23 M. River seven
feet by the pier mark, und falling. Weather
cloudy and mild.
St. Louis, March 23 P. M. River nbout
stationary, with seven feet to Cairo, five and
a half feet to Quiucy, five feet to Keokuk,
thirty-two inches ou Lower Rapids, and three
and a half feet on tho Upper Rapids. The
Illinois is fulling, with six und a half feet to
Naples and five feet to Peoria nnd Lusalle.
The Missouri is fulling, with only three and
a half feet in the lower end of the river.
A new line of light-draught boats has been
put on the Upper Mississippi to bring to this
port the large amount ot grain und produce
awaiting shipment above. There is still
more room for profitable employment for
more such bouts than are at this port now.
Weather clear und pleasant but cool.
Fire at Pekin, Illinois.
Pekin, Illinois, March 23. A fire broke
out in the grocery-store of Charles Greenden
bcrg, lust night, on Court-street, between
Third and Fourth, which destroyed that nnd
the greater part of the adjoining block. The
firincipal losers are Rhodes 3t Co.. ware
iousc, $G,000; D. Hoffman, druggist, $10,000:
Rupert k Vincent, $20,000; Becker k Co.,
grocers, $5,000; D. H. Lowry, $5,000. The
Postoflice was also burned; the mail was
nearly all saved. Total loss will probably
reach $90,000. Tho amount of insurance is
not yet ascertained. The origin of the fire is
Boston, March 23. The shoemakers' strike
at Haverhill has collapsed. Most of the jour
neymen had gone to woik, and the president
of the organization, with the other officers,
has resigned in disgust, after denouncing the
strikers for not holding out.
Arrival of the Preble at New Orleans.
New Orleans, March 23. The sloop-of-wnr
JSreblt, with the prisoners from off tho prize
steamers, has arrived below. All well. No
Asinine Compliment to a Congressman.
Mr. Boulignv, a member of Congress from
Louisiana, having written a letter 111 tiivor of
Douglas for the Presiduncy, the New Orleans
Courier thereupon pitches into Mr. Bouligny,
whom it terms us one of the least prominent
politicians or that city, and adds: "Tlie uss of
Balaam was gifted with the power of speech
why should not the the representative of the
First District betake himself to letter-writing?''
. .- .
. Tho elegant resident s of John Giiult, (of
the firm of luhuni, Gault k Co., of Louis
ville,) which is situated six miles south of
Frankfort, Ky, was destroyed by fire day
or two since. , . , ,
The Irish papers deny that Plccolomini
has been united in the holy bonds of matri
mony since her arrival in Dublin. The story
was hardly credited, because it first appeared
in the New York UeruU.
"I wish you had been Eve," said an urchin
to an old maid who was proverbial for mean
ness. "Why so." "Because," said he, "you
nu.uu uavo cwiril nu ill,, Kupje inSlCMU 0 Ot-
viding with Aduml" i ' . 1 ,
The free lovers in Utica, N. Y-'were uiob-
peu tne other evening, and one of theui, Mr.
SUiuner. was treated to a rido upon a roil.
At the C ity Hall, the police rescued him, aud
locked him up iu iho watch-houec, ...
The cost of the new Ohio penitentiary,
which has been located at Sandusky, and is
to contain six hundred and ninety-two
wrought Iron cells, is put down by the archV
teet a $60Si,24 97j i'.i - aViw 1 1. -.
In 1741 there was an insurrection of the
slaves iu New York. Thirteen of tho con
spirators were burnt to death, ekUkeu w ore
hanged, and eighty trauaportcd.
'Four of Phillip's Fire Annihilators ' ix
ploded the other day in New York, and blew
up and set fire to the building, thus doing the
yery contrary of what they ore. intended for.
Win. E. McLaren,, formerly local editor of
the Cleveland l Ut itmltr has tumad Pres
byterian clergyman. Singular change this,
and a fearful deudorutioa,
Arrival of the Preble at New Orleans. During Robbery of Money-Changers at
A few days ago Messrs. Masicro and Vent n,
who are money-changers at Venice, were
taking a strong box, containing about 110,
0"0 iii hard cash and Government stock, from
their house of business near the Pontc do
Bnrattari, to the island Oiudecca. When in
the middle of the canal Delia Gindecea, a
long and very narrow boat, rowed by six
men, ran against the gondola, and with
such violence that the gondoliers were
thrown into tho water. .In ths twinkling
of an eye four men jumped from the long
boat into tho gondola, aud, laying violent
hands on the strong box, carried it off. As
soon as the booty had been deposited in
the boat, she fhot across the canal, and
passing under the bridge Delia Pnglia, was
soon lost to sight, although the sun had not
set. On the 9th 111st. the strong box, with
the whole of its valuable contents, except
8.0000. Austrian currency, was found on
tne beach of the Island Burauo. The police
at Venice is so exclusively occupied with
political matters that the daring robbers ars
by no means likely to be discovered.
A Stkamib Wricked akd Sixty Soci.S
Lost. The steamer A'tmrool sailing between
Liverpool and Cork, wns lost with all on
board on the 2d inst. The nnfortnnate ves
sel was seen nbout eight o'clock, between the
South Bishop and Ramsay Island, driven le
fore the gale, and to all appearances under
no command. She struck on the rocks and
parted in three compartments. About thirty
persons were seen on board, including some
six soldiers, one female with four little chil
dren, which were seen clinging to her when
lost observed. Three of the unfortunate
creatures on board each took to a life buoy and
jumped into the sea. Two of them wcro seen
to sink very soon; the other mnu was assisted
by some spars, and kept on tho water for
about an hour, but ultimately perished. An
attempt was made to throw a rope on shore,
but to no purpose, as the sea was running so
high. All on board disappeared with the
vessel. Their cries were heartrending.
Mysterious and Horrible Affair The
Crew of a Sloop Supposed to Have Been
Murdered. The oyster sloop E. A. Johnton,
of Islip, L. I., was found abandoned in the .
lower bay of New York on Wednesday morn
ing, under circumstances which led the police
to believe that the captain nnd crew had been
murdered and their bodies thrown averbonrd.
The cabin of the vessel was covered with
blood and human hair, as also the deck, aud
the general apnearance of things on board
denoted that tuo sloop had been the scene of
a sanguinary and desperate struggle. The
E. A. Johnton was towed up to the city by
the steam-tug Cent, and moored in Fulton
Market slip. The coroner and the police at
Inst accounts had the matter under investiga
tion. A Little Girl's Idea or Danoer. The
Vinccnncs (Indiana) 0'ajette is informed that,
a day or two since, us the passenger train,
going west 011 the Ohio and Mississippi Rail
road, was near Washington, the engineer
discovered two little girls standing on the
track, apparently unconcerned, looking nt
the rapidly-upprouching locomotive. He im
mediately' whistled on the brakes, nnd, re
versing bis engine, succeeded in stopping the
train lilt eon or twenty feel from where the
children were standing. The seemingly un
conscious little lasses looked at one another
for a moment, when the youngest one, look
ing at her sister, said: "Didn't that thing
come up to us pretty?"
Women on Marrying a Dead Wife's Sis
ter. Three hundred women, of ths town of
Aylesbury, England, hove forwarded a peti
tion to the House of Lords ogainst the legali
zation of marriage with a deceased wife's
sister, on the ground that such marriages are
calculated to destroy the freedom of family
intercourse. Uu tne outer nana, tour Hun
dred and twenty-eight have signed a petition
in favor of tho measure.
OrENiNO of the Westminster Bridge.
One half of the new Westminster Bridge has
been completed, and ready to throw open to
the public. The necessary approaches have
been made, and the structure iu this and
every other particular is a great improvement
on the old bridge. It was to have been form
ally opened by Her Majesty's driving over it
OrricsAMEBicAxExPBES. Company, 1
Cincinnati, March S, leSO. i
THE FOLL4WfNO UOOIJ, HAVING
remained iu thi, ollkco unclaimed fur one year.
I be .old bv u. Ilrusliears. Auctluucer. lu thirty
any. from tno a.te 01 inis notice:
I trunk, I. E Arlett
I " J D William.
1 ca,tina, J Burrows
1 pkg, J Thomas
1 ' John Wuoster
1 bdl map., 110 mark
2 boxes, J b Bates
1 bale, G Nepcl
1 Dka. Wm Lewi
1 ukg, tl Lyo
1 liox, no mark
I II box, A M Camliu
I trunk. J Hodman
1 bdl, Wright John
1 " C Hobbin,
1 pkg, O Van llouten
1 trunk, t'atb Kngbert
1 v.i j
I pkg, U L Ulackluid
1 uox, u w Williams
W 11 Moore
I " Emigrant Baggage 1
1 irung, w iiergioiu
I " JU SofcM
1 "11 Welkin. 1 A M Collllil
I box, H Kismall 1 box, W D SlcCounell
I .Mr, Ann runups 1 pas, Jonn 11 Auatu,
Miei A Cuuuiug-
J " A.KU
I " lhtemat'l Olrcns
1 " li Juhusback
1 pkg, Geo I'orter
1 " I C Spurting
1 box, B Liikens
1 " T J Shane
1 " Chas E Baker
1 trunk, Sir. Jenur Hack-
1 box, E Oleum
1 " Keuben Gill
1 " AD Smith
I " CS Bradbury
1 pkg, MorgChlfteudeD
I It box, Jesse Hall
1 pkg, John Milton
I " John Morgan
1 " W B I.BMcllu
I " O M Ull (hell
1 " Thus Stow
1 box, S Cery
1 pkg, D Mills
I " J II Cannon
1 " C ltobblus
1 bdl, G Uohuiback
4 lelU suuvcls, Scbtller t
1 carpot-bng, T. C Sprafu
1 box, J Stockton
1 " J W Kennedy
1 " J H Carter
1 " Flank J'ott.
1 " ill June. 4 Co
t '. F Crist
1 pkg, Pr Edward Mead
1 keg, JJ it uss
1 pkg, A A I Wolff
1 ' Alleghatilaus
I u cowling
i w n ituir
1 " Clio, William.
1 bxa, Smith, Small A Co t trunk, C Haggerty
And sundry packages w Ituoitt niaik.
msA-auibtw i MANli CLAKH, Ageut.
THE SUCCESS OF A MEItCIIAXT
DEPENDS MORE CPON BUYING HIM
goods right thau upuu uuy tuiug ubie. lliuu
sand, will admit this, aud .till bow few will look
about aud.ua where tliey can do better. They will
visit tho same old houses, which aro stocked w ith old
goods, aud who havo grown careless about the in
terest of their patron,, while a uuw houso ha. coma,
iuto existence, with a carefully selected nock of
good., aud which wutcbes with parental care over
the luterost of its customer.. Hundreds who kuow
ug will testify that our assertion, are correct. One
call w ill uBke to convince that
No. I'il Maln'atreet, bet. Third and Fourth,
Is decidedly the place to buy
ASS . . .
FANCY SOODfi, ;
Orders eutrusted to our care will be attended to by
one AiUy qualified tu do tbeui justice. aiai0-
; HARDWARE MERCHANTS,"
' t 138 WalanLMreet, ' .. ' '
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Wo havo Hirer Belne. of the following lengths; 10.
I. I s, SB, 3, SO, St, 40, so, as, ra and loo yards.
' Fyke, or Set-nets, S and not hoops.
Minnow Seine, aud Quail pets. - ' ': S.J
v Our belues srs all suds of 4h Lost gnality tl Cot
ton, aeiiia-twlu, dyed in prapwalhw uf iaa sad
las, which mako, them, very dunsMa, aad arsboaf
11U noMid tUikars , w, ,
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